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Home of the Week: A tour de force in Trousdale Estates

 Home of the Week: A tour de force in Trousdale Estates
The 7,430-square-foot home in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills has soaring ceilings, walls of sliding glass doors and a temperature-controlled wine cellar. Black Antolini marble walls wrap the interiors and exteriors to give the contemporary an all-encompassing sheen. A theater room, an office, formal living and dining rooms and six bedrooms make up the open floor plan. A grand suite bedroom is outfitted with its own kitchenette and a private reflecting pool. (Anthony Barcelo)

This sleek, single-level home pulls off a contemporary design coup with its emphasis on horizontal lines. Wide walls of glass doors slide open electronically to connect open-plan indoor and outdoor living spaces. City and ocean views stretch to the horizon. Even the long, low gas fireplaces follow the linear cues.

Location: 551 Chalette Drive, Beverly Hills 90210

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Asking price: $19.975 million

Year built: 1976

House size: 7,430 square feet, six bedrooms, nine bathrooms

Lot size: 19,825 square feet

Features: Gated motor-court; marble entry wall; four-seat wet bar; eat-at kitchen island; additional prep kitchen; theater; office; gym; temperature-controlled wine room; master suite kitchenette and reflecting pool; glass-walled four-car garage

About the area: In February, 23 single-family homes sold in the 90210 ZIP Code at a median price of $4.29 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 6.7% increase from February 2016.

Agents: Ernie Carswell, (310) 345-7500, and Christopher Pickett, (424) 202-3230, both with Teles Properties, and Steve Frankel, (310) 281-3981, of Coldwell Banker

To submit a candidate for Home of the Week, send high-resolution color photos via Dropbox.com, permission from the photographer to publish the images and a description of the house to homeoftheweek@latimes.com.

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